Tag Archive: HIV

Mar 19

Fighting HIV/AIDS:NAACP, Churches to form coalition

“In order to address HIV/AIDS we have to discuss pre-marital sex. From a spiritual point of view, you are supposed to abstain from having sex before marriage.”–Special Health Resources Chief Financial Officer Carlton Smith. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is the oldest African-American civil rights organization in America. Ever since …

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Jan 20

The Christian Theology of Martin Luther King Jr.

   As we commemorate the 85th anniversary of Reverend Martin Luther King’s birthday we must reflect on all aspects of this dynamic, godly young man’s varied belief system. Known mainly and understandably as something of an American Ghandi, the paladin of non-violent release from the American republic’s ingrained tradition of institutional racism, he is venerated …

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Jan 10

STARS SHINE – Longview Regional Medical Center’s annual signature event draws crowd

Longview Regional Medical Center (LRMC) recently held its 14th Stars over Longview Awards Ceremony and Luncheon. The signature event was well-attended. Twelve local outstanding ladies were recognized as stars for their dedication to the city and their contributions to making it a better place to live. Longview Regional CEO Jim Kendrick thanked everyone for coming. …

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Apr 07

Texas A&M Rejects Student Group Discrimination

WASHINGTON — Today the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, praised the decision of Texas A&M Student Body President John L. Claybrook to veto a bill that would have allowed discrimination against on-campus LGBT organizations.  The proposal would have allowed students to opt-out of activity …

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